Artworks
Wood Fired Pottery
2010
wood fired ceramic
10” tall X 7” wide
2016
ceramic
2003
Hand thrown porcelain pottery
2015
Ceramic sculpture and installation
about 10’ X 15’
2010
wood fired ceramic
9” tall X 7”
2016
Wood Fired Pottery
2015
Wood Fired Pottery
2015
Stoneware with Iron Glaze
2015
Gas Fired Porcelain with Chun Glaze
2016
wood fired ceramic
5" tall X 4" wide
2016
wood fired ceramic
9” tall X 5” wide
2016
wood fired ceramic
5.5” tall X 3”
2016

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  • Gold colored wood-fired porcelain cup
  • Symco Pottery Works updated the Artwork Inlaid Cup
    Wood fired cup with leaf inscription  
  • Symco Pottery Works updated the Artwork Tea Ewer
    This handle-less pot for loose leaf tea features the Richard Bresnahan style downward spout. This drip resistant tea ewer is ideal for strong teas that are intended to be brewed for a long period of time and served at warm to cool temperatures.  It works great for iced tea and mint julep, too.
  • Symco Pottery Works updated the Artwork Cowboy Bowls
    The shape of these bowls was developed for the Meyer Farm Project in St. Joseph, MN.  The shape is often referred to as a “cowboy bowl”. These ergonomically inspired, palm shaped vessels serve as a lovely conveyance for breakfast items and even hot drinks such as tea.  The bowls are gas fired and feature a Tenmoku glaze.  They seem to be pretty good for anything.
  • Symco Pottery Works updated the Artwork Cowboy Bowls
    The shape of these bowls was developed for the Meyer Farm Project in St. Joseph, MN.  The shape is often referred to as a “cowboy bowl”. These ergonomically inspired, palm shaped vessels serve as a lovely conveyance for breakfast items and even hot drinks such as tea.  The bowls are gas fired and feature a Tenmoku glaze.  They seem to be pretty good for anything.
  • Symco Pottery Works updated the Artwork Tea Ewer
    This handle-less pot for loose leaf tea features the Richard Bresnahan style downward spout. This drip resistant tea ewer is ideal for strong teas that are intended to be brewed for a long period of time and served at warm to cool temperatures.  It works great for iced tea and mint julep, too.